The Primer Mundo Red Label Cigar Gran Toro For SaleThe Primer Mundo Red Label cigar is one the brand’s original blends, dating back to 2006. Over the years, it has received some updates and become a pet project for the company to perfect. Many aficionados would confirm that this hard work creating this stick has paid off. It now represents some of the best work the company has managed to produce to date, with complex flavors that develop well over the course of the smoke. Like the name suggests, these smokes are made with plants grown in the first world of tobacco.



The wrapper on the Primer Mundo Red Label cigar is a Havana seed Maduro paper
. The binder and fillers are from Honduras, Nicaragua and Peru. It is available in four formats: Robusto (5 x 52), Toro (6 x 52), Torpedo (6 1/2 x 52) and Gran Toro (6 1/2 x 60). The wrapper is dark brown, almost purple, in appearance and has an oily sheen to it. There is a little veining, but nothing too obvious. The label is gold, red, black and white and contains the company mark, a world map, and some gold lettering on a black background.



Find The Primer Mundo Red Label Cigar Robusto OnlineThe initial third of the Primer Mundo Red Label cigar produces a nice mixture of cocoa, coffee and spice flavors
. The profile is sweet overall, according to reviews, though some black pepper provides a nice spicy contrast intermittently. The coffee notes eventually evoke strong, slightly bitter, black coffee tastes, which provide a strong balance to the sweet cocoa.



Moving into the second third of the smoke, some secondary woody notes appear, though the coffee and cocoa flavors remain the dominant notes. The black pepper moves to the back of the throat and to the retrohale, where it provides a slight tingle. Some reviewers also detected some faint nutty flavors that were also present on the retrohale.



Buy The Primer Mundo Red Label Cigar Toro OnlineDuring the closing third of the Primer Mundo Red Label cigar, the coffee flavor takes control of the smoke and doesn’t let go. The black pepper and cocoa flavors form a strong secondary combination that balances off of the coffee well. The nutty, woody and spice notes all fade out early into the final third. The black pepper ramps up in intensity slightly throughout the final third, leading to some punchy, peppery kicks near the end.



Aficionados consider this stick to be medium in body and strength, though it comes close to full bodied in the final third
. The draw and burn line are both excellent, with no problems noted by reviewers. In all, it is a fine example of what years of experimenting can do to an already tasty blend.

POSTED ON Oct 14, 2017

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